Time For a 21st Century National Crime Commission?

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President Lyndon Baines Johnson appointed the 19-member Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice in 1967. Illustration by Kip via Flickr

Fifty years after the landmark LBJ-era crime study, criminologists say the country needs a fresh look at its crime and justice challenges---such as mass incarceration, drugs and racial inequity which were among the "blind spots" of the last one.
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